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Franzax

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  1. SOLD to a fellow reefer. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  2. $60 PM for details; size about closed fist Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  3. Hopefully that's a typo; 34 degrees is really high even for just fish. A more suitable temp would be around the range of 26-28. High temps will stress fish out and eventually lead them to other problems. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  4. 1 degree in temperature should be fine; in fact in the wild temperatures do change similarly to some small extent; so long as the temperature doesn't swing to a large degree (+2/3 degrees) and over a small period or time / very quickly then it shouldn't be a problem. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  5. Soft corals are a great easy start; much more forgiving and hardy and certain LPS. Consider corals such as leather, mushrooms, xenias, zoanthids. These corals can handle salinity swings and changes in parameters better. While they are not bulletproof as all corals still need good conditions, they are more adaptable and hardy. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  6. Pls pm me if you have any for sale. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  7. Agreed looks like some form of pods more likely amphipods; reef safe may irritate zoas but for the most part not an issue Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  8. Hey reefers ?; Been looking for sometime for a yasha goby. Anyone selling please PM thx Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  9. Separate it by cutting out from below a purple mat Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  10. I use revive by two little fishies. Dipping is always a good practice no matter who you get your corals from Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  11. Usually just give them away for new hobbyist as test corals. They are sort of a pest Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  12. That's crazy growth thanks for sharing ! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  13. What do you feed them and at what frequency ? Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  14. Agreed for euphyllia if you like movement go with the branching kind more hardy and if in any case they get the brown jelly disease you can snip it off before it spreads to the other parts Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  15. Update us on your progress! Happy reefing ! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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